10 Pomysłów Na Ciekawe Spędzanie Czasu Z Dziećmi W Maladze I Okolicach

10 Fun Ideas for Spending Time with Kids in Malaga and Its Surroundings

Recommended for Rainy Days

What to do with the little ones when it's windy and pouring outside? I hope the list below will inspire you to spend your rainy days in interesting ways.

  1. MalagaMuseo de la imaginación - a fascinating place where imagination and perspective can blow your mind 😉
  2. BenalmadenaSea Life - a small aquarium with a playground, a very interesting spot for those curious about underwater nature.
  3. Malaga - Museums, galleries - Malaga - CAC, Centro Pompidou, Museo Picasso - they often organize creative activities for kids, it's worth checking their website to sign up for a group.
  4. Torremolinos - Parks and playrooms for children - e.g. Piratas park
  5. MalagaJumpParksUrban Planet: Trampoline Park, Altitude Trampoline Park Málaga, Bobby Jump Trampoline Park Málaga.
  6. Malaga - Interactive music museum - Museo Interactivo de la Música: MIMMA - a nice place, you can try playing different instruments, learn a bit about the history of music.
  7. Malaga - science centre - Centro de Ciencia Principia Málaga - something for older children, have a look at their website they have a very interesting range of activities.
  8. Rincon de la Victoria, Nerja - Cave walks - Cueva del Tesoro, lub Cueva de Nerja - trips are sure to be remembered for a long time.
  9. Torremolinos, Malaga, Benalmadena - indoor swimming pools (search piscinas cubiertas).
  10. BenalmadenaClub de Hielo Benalmádena - indoor ice rink and Butterfly park


Always on the move, though sometimes longing for a bit of boredom... 😉 My passions? Technology, photography, psychology, diving into various reads, and sports...especially the aquatic varieties! Professionally, I design websites, graphics, etc. I'm also the author of a website and a photographer at www.pixambo.com 📸

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